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Elections in Abruzzo

This page gathers the results of elections in Abruzzo.

Regional elections

Last regional election

In the last regional election, which took place on 14–15 December 2008, Gianni Chiodi (The People of Freedom) was elected President, defeating Carlo Costantini (Italy of Values, supported also by the Democratic Party and several left-wing small parties).


Candidates & parties votes votes (%) seats
reg. list
seats
prov. lists
Gianni Chiodi 295,371 48.8 8 19
The People of Freedom 190,919 35.2 15
Future AbruzzoChristian DemocracyLDPRI 40,256 7.4 3
Movement for Autonomy 18,040 3.3 1
New Italian Socialist Party 7,753 1.4 -
Carlo Costantini 258,199 42.7 1 15
Democratic Party 106,410 19.6 7
Italy of Values 81,557 15.0 5
Communist Refoundation Party 15,435 2.8 1
Federation of the GreensDemocratic Left 12,054 2.2 1
Party of Italian Communists 9,955 1.8 1
Socialist Party 9,387 1.7 -
Democrats for Abruzzo 7,507 1.4 -
Rodolfo De Laurentiis 32,604 5.4 - 2
Union of the CentreUDEUR 30,452 5.6 2
Teodoro Buontempo 11,514 1.9 - -
The Right 9,597 1.8 -
Others 7,416 1.2 - -
Total 605,104 100.0 9 36

Source: Ministry of the Interior

List of previous regional elections

Other elections

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